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"We Stand on their Shoulders": A History of Wisconsin Women and Voting

Feb 18 - Jan 2 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison
Women's history and voting rights in Wisconsin explored through new exhibit at the Wisconsin Historical Museum.
Special Event

National History Day: Milwaukee Regional

Feb 29 :: UWM Union :: Milwaukee
Middle school and high school history competition open to the public
Special Event

90s Trivia Night

Feb 29 :: Wade House :: Greenbush
Celebrate a new historic era this February at Wade House!
Special Event

Bald Eagle Days

Feb 29 :: Villa Louis :: Prairie du Chien
Join Villa Louis and area attractions and businesses as they celebrate our national bird!
Lecture

The Woman's Hour Has Struck: Wisconsin's Role in the Women's Suffrage Movement

Mar 1 :: McFarland Municipal Center :: McFarland
Take a march through suffrage history with the Wisconsin Historical Society's Collections Development Coordinator, Simone Munson.
Author Appearance

Winter Lyceum Series - Gary Jones discusses Ridge Stories

Mar 1 :: Platteville Municipal Auditorium, City Hall :: Platteville
Join author Gary Jones as he recounts his rural childhood in South Central Wisconsin with a mixture of plainspoken warmth and irreverence
Lecture

Genealogy: Everyone's A Beginner

Mar 2 :: Deerfield Public Library :: Deerfield
Learn how to start your genealogy search, organize the results, and where to go next.
Lecture

The Woman's Hour Has Struck: Wisconsin's Role in the Women's Suffrage Movement

Mar 4 :: Sun Prairie Public Library :: Sun Prairie
Take a march through suffrage history with the Wisconsin Historical Society's Collections Development Coordinator, Simone Munson.
Special Event

National History Day: Eau Claire Regional

Mar 5 :: W.R. Davies Student Center :: Eau Claire
Middle school and high school history competition open to the public
Author Appearance

The Making of Pioneer Wisconsin

Mar 5 :: Verona Public Library :: Verona
Author Michael E. Stevens offers a unique and intimate glimpse into the lives of Wisconsin's early settlers.